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Pallas Couture's 2014 bridal collection

Known for their distinct sophisticated and elegant style, Pallas Couture’s latest 2014 collection, Fleur Blanche, embodies old-world charisma and keeps up the Australian couture’s divine glamorous style.

 

Fall in love with the long, flowing style of wedding dresses, with most of the new collection trailing behind as you walk down the aisle. Inspired by a Grace Kelly and old-Hollywood sophistication, the Fleur Blanche gowns ooze elegance. Made with the finest French lace and silks, Pallas Couture create a romantic style and beauty that would also appeal to a contemporary bride who wants to mix vintage and modern designs.

 

Whether you’re after a big princess ballgown, like the Amabelle and Cappucina, or a slimline mermaid fishtail style dress, like the Fleurette and Angelika, or something in between, like the Corette, a strapless bust-shaped dress with a high slit in the front and luxurious textured fabric complemented by a flower garland hairpiece. If you can’t decide between ballgown and slimline, the Maiya dress, with Parisian spider lace, has a detachable skirt and perfect for both styles, allowing the beautiful bride to wear the full volume tulle skirt for the ceremony and go simply elegant slimline for the reception.

 

The exquisite Fleur Blanche gowns are adorned with delicate detail and embellishments that make these Pallas Couture gowns one of Australia’s best. Although the whole collection is stunning, the crème de la crème of the collection would undoubtedly be the Colesha and Caressa gowns. With superb lace and embroidery flowing in a pool of white on the floor around the bride, they have vintage sophistication radiating off the short sleeves of Colesha and the long laced sleeves of Caressa that evoke pure beauty.

 

With stores in Sydney and Perth, prepare to be truly amazed by the elegance of the Fleur Blanche collection by Pallas Couture.

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